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A group of courageous pioneers face a unique opportunity: the chance to build a new and better future on another planet. Led by President Tate and his core team of Stella, Cass and Fleur, they settle on Carpathia alongside expeditionaries Mitchell and Jack. Living in the town of Forthaven, the Outcasts are passionate about their jobs, confident of their ideals and optimistic about the future. Although as they continue to work and live together, they come to realise that this is no ordinary planet. Mystery lurks around them and threatens the fragile peace of Forthaven. Is there a bigger purpose at work? Sci-fi drama starring Liam Cunningham, Hermione Norris, Eric Mabius and Daniel Mays.

Customer Reviews

Getting LOADS Better!!

This series began poor but is starting to get better and better. The hige whiteout in Episode 3 is incredible with great special effects. This sereis is still developing and there is a lot more of the story to be told. I think there are a lot more situations that are to be explored after reading in depth episode synopsis' for episodes to come. This series is getting mixed reviews but make your mind up for yourself. Oh and by the way the cast is very good.

I thought it was good

Sorry folks, I'm not an expert on whether it's a waste of HD or not but I found this to be OK, if not intellectually challenging TV.

Whilst the acting was a tad wooden I've seen much worse, it's a good watch with a story line that jogs along nicely, it has an interesting premise and there are several characters/plot-lines developing that will put some meat on the bones in the weeks to come.


In the first episode I thought great concept, extremely poor delivery. The first episode seemed, cheesy with bad acting. However I decided t give it a second chance and I am very glad I did. I'm completely hooked and it's just getting better and better.

Outcasts, Series 1
View in iTunes £7.99
  • SD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: 07 February 2011

Customer Ratings